By now, you've probably seen the clip of me falling into the water at the Presidents Cup. That's one way to get on "SportsCenter," but I like to think I would've gotten on there anyway for how I played that day. I made birdie putts on the last three holes to save a halve with my partner, David Toms, against Rory Sabbatini and Trevor Immelman. I've always had a love-hate relationship with my putter, but a change in my pre-putt routine has me feeling much better over those makable mid-range putts - from six to 15 feet - that are crucial to shooting a low round. Making your share from that range is one good way to get the most out of your ball-striking.